Kidnappee Alexander Alexandrov and his accessory Anastasia Grivkova were condemned to 16 years and three years individually subsequent to being seen as liable of killing Lauren Morales Fernandez, 22, last May.
The court heard that the pair had taken the casualty hostage in the Russian capital and requested a payoff of just GBP 284 from her companion for her delivery.
Albeit the payoff arrangements were all the while progressing, Alexandrov afterwards choked the young lady to death and reserved her dead body in a suitcase, which he discarded in a waste compartment.
He at that point kept on talking about the terms for her delivery with her companion, sending her photographs he had taken showing the young lady bare and tied up.
The companion being referred to had even been set up to move Alexandrov part of the cash, however she requested confirmation that Mrs Morales Fernandez was as yet alive.
Alexandrov at that point took steps to send the lady's "ear and finger" to various locations in Moscow and surprisingly indicated gathering her organs prior to writing in a last chilling message: "It's finished. She's dead."
At the point when they initially showed up in court, the culprits had argued not liable, but rather have now been effectively sentenced.
Havana local Morales had moved to Moscow in November 2019, where she imparted a condo to different Cubans.
Her companions just acknowledged she was absent after she neglected to get back from a date with a man.
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